Exploring the Relationships between Organizational Virtuousness and Performance

  title={Exploring the Relationships between Organizational Virtuousness and Performance},
  author={K. Cameron and David S. Bright and A. Caza},
  journal={American Behavioral Scientist},
  pages={766 - 790}
  • K. Cameron, David S. Bright, A. Caza
  • Published 2004
  • Psychology
  • American Behavioral Scientist
  • The importance of virtuousness in organizations has recently been acknowledged in the organizational sciences, but research remains scarce. This article defines virtuousness and connects it to scholarly literature in organizational science. An empirical study is described in which the relationships between virtuousness and performance in 18 organizations are empirically examined. Significant relationships between virtuousness and both perceived and objective measures of organizational… CONTINUE READING
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